15 thoughts on “The Bus Stop

  1. Thanks again for the lovely photos and so nice to walk with you (as I am transported to the camino via your photos and words)..alain


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  5. Colleen,
    So pleased to experience your happiness to be back on the camino with Gerry.
    Btw are you both Irish? (The names made me ask ).
    The photos are excellent .. truly give the vibe you’re feeling. I’d forgotten how gorgeous and varied that region is. It was 2014 for my Norte – Time flies when you have opportunities to walk different paths each year. You are fortunate being so near many paths in France and Spain.
    Thank-you once again though., for being one of the front-runners .. someone has to be the starters. I don’t know when I’ll be back again so enjoying ‘walking with you’.

    Buen camino

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    • Hi Annie – I’m glad you enjoyed the blog. It is so nice to be walking again. We really do think long and hard about making the decision to come… was it safe? was it the right thing to do? should we stay at home? We have been very vigilant about being safe at home but we felt that the compromise of an apartment and being in our car was a good choice. It’s not as easy as just walking every day but we feel so happy to be here. And we’ve received warm welcomes from everyone so far… lots of old farmers happy to chat to us… I wish i spoke more Spanish! (p.s. we’re not Irish 😀 but we’re often mistaken for this… red hair and irish names 😀 ) xxx


  6. Oh Colleen, the joy in your words brought a tear to me. Thankyou for sharing your day.
    You’ve definitely got me thinking Norte for Sept/oct.

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    • Honestly this coast is just so pretty… and the mountains that run along inland are spectacular. It was the Norte along from San Sebastian that led me to the Camino Frances… it’s not always the easiest walk but for you it will be 🙂 xx


    • Thank you so much! I love writing it… on longer walks it really becomes part of the rhythm of my walk. I love the way it makes me think… and how I lose myself in those thoughts. And I so love reading it when I’m home. I’m happy that other people enjoy it too ❤


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